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Why the Double Standard Between Stem Cell Research and Faith Healing?

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Default Why the Double Standard Between Stem Cell Research and Faith Healing?



Not that I agree or disagree with either side of the argument on stem cell research or faith healing, but why the double standard?
The government has made stem cell research illegal because of religious views, and the science behind it can save lives. The government also prosecutes someone for murder when they use their religion to try to heal a sick person and they die. In one case religion trumps science and in the latter case science trumps religion. Whats the deal here, and why is this okay? Whats everyone's input? Does anyone else notice this double standard?
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